Inas AlNashef
Inas AlNashef
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Masdar City Campus
Verified email at ku.ac.ae
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Superoxide ion: generation and chemical implications
M Hayyan, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Chemical reviews 116 (5), 3029-3085, 2016
9442016
Are deep eutectic solvents benign or toxic?
M Hayyan, MA Hashim, A Hayyan, MA Al-Saadi, IM AlNashef, ...
Chemosphere 90 (7), 2193-2195, 2013
3342013
A novel technique for separating glycerine from palm oil-based biodiesel using ionic liquids
M Hayyan, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Fuel Processing Technology 91 (1), 116-120, 2010
3032010
Phosphonium-based ionic liquids analogues and their physical properties
MA Kareem, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 55 (11), 4632-4637, 2010
2832010
Glucose-based deep eutectic solvents: Physical properties
A Hayyan, FS Mjalli, IM AlNashef, YM Al-Wahaibi, T Al-Wahaibi, ...
Journal of Molecular Liquids 178, 137-141, 2013
2152013
Investigating the electrochemical windows of ionic liquids
M Hayyan, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef, TX Mei
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 19 (1), 106-112, 2013
2122013
Densities of ammonium and phosphonium based deep eutectic solvents: Prediction using artificial intelligence and group contribution techniques
K Shahbaz, S Baroutian, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Thermochimica Acta 527, 59-66, 2012
2022012
Using deep eutectic solvents based on methyl triphenyl phosphunium bromide for the removal of glycerol from palm-oil-based biodiesel
K Shahbaz, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Energy & Fuels 25 (6), 2671-2678, 2011
1962011
Electrochemical generation of superoxide in room-temperature ionic liquids
IM AlNashef, ML Leonard, MC Kittle, MA Matthews, JW Weidner
Electrochemical and Solid State Letters 4 (11), D16, 2001
1902001
Fruit sugar-based deep eutectic solvents and their physical properties
A Hayyan, FS Mjalli, IM AlNashef, T Al-Wahaibi, YM Al-Wahaibi, ...
Thermochimica Acta 541, 70-75, 2012
1802012
Prospects of applying ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents for renewable energy storage by means of redox flow batteries
MH Chakrabarti, FS Mjalli, IM AlNashef, MA Hashim, MA Hussain, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 30, 254-270, 2014
1742014
Prediction of deep eutectic solvents densities at different temperatures
K Shahbaz, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Thermochimica Acta 515 (1-2), 67-72, 2011
1722011
Assessment of cytotoxicity and toxicity for phosphonium-based deep eutectic solvents
M Hayyan, MA Hashim, MA Al-Saadi, A Hayyan, IM AlNashef, ...
Chemosphere 93 (2), 455-459, 2013
1492013
Using deep eutectic solvents for the removal of glycerol from palm oil-based biodiesel.
K Shahbaz, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM Al-Nashef
Journal of applied sciences 10 (24), 3349-3354, 2010
1302010
Deep oxidative desulfurization of liquid fuels
FS Mjalli, OU Ahmed, T Al-Wahaibi, Y Al-Wahaibi, IM AlNashef
Reviews in Chemical Engineering 30 (4), 337-378, 2014
1172014
A novel phosphonium-based deep eutectic catalyst for biodiesel production from industrial low grade crude palm oil
A Hayyan, MA Hashim, FS Mjalli, M Hayyan, IM AlNashef
Chemical Engineering Science 92, 81-88, 2013
1152013
Eutectic solvents for the removal of residual palm oil-based biodiesel catalyst
K Shahbaz, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Separation and Purification Technology 81 (2), 216-222, 2011
1152011
Solubility of CO2 in deep eutectic solvents: experiments and modelling using the Peng–Robinson equation of state
E Ali, MK Hadj-Kali, S Mulyono, I Alnashef, A Fakeeha, F Mjalli, A Hayyan
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 92 (10), 1898-1906, 2014
1122014
Superoxide electrochemistry in an ionic liquid
IM AlNashef, ML Leonard, MA Matthews, JW Weidner
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 41 (18), 4475-4478, 2002
1102002
Prediction of the surface tension of deep eutectic solvents
K Shahbaz, FS Mjalli, MA Hashim, IM AlNashef
Fluid phase equilibria 319, 48-54, 2012
1012012
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